I posted this another thread a short while ago. People are misunderstanding what we are talking about when we say too many apps on the Android tablet side are simply using scaled up phone apps instead of making a separate version for the tablet. Here are screen caps of what we are talking about. The only Android app in these examples that allow landscape viewing is the AP news app BUT the app stays exactly the same. It doesn't change like the iHeartRadio app does which I don't show here. Scaled up app isn't the problem on Android. It's the problem that Android developers aren't bothering to come up with a different app for tablets then what the phones use. Look at SiriusXM, AP News, Denver Post, iHeartRadio. These apps look so different on the iPad then they do on the iPhone. Take a look at the screen caps. First is SiriusXM on the Android tablet/phone version. These are all caps from June so some of them show old news etc. Now here is the iPad version: Ok now look at a local app that I use, 9News. First is the Android phone/tablet version: And the iPad version: AP News Android phone/tablet app: Ipad Version: Now you see what we are talking about when we say that the Android developers are just being lazy? Anytime you see the standard list format on an app on Android tablets, you know the app is a phone version.